Menander

Menander

[muh-nan-der]
noun
342?–291 b.c, Greek writer of comedies.
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Menander (məˈnændə)
 
n
1.  ?160 bc--?120 bc, Greek king of the Punjab. A Buddhist convert, he reigned over much of NW India
2.  ?342--?292 bc, Greek comic dramatist. The Dyskolos is his only complete extant comedy but others survive in adaptations by Terence and Plautus

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